This guide will also show you how to replace the water-pump and thermostat.
Thank you It is pretty important if you want the timing to be correct.
NOTE: the larger holes should be on the inside and the small holes should be pointing out.
You want to make sure that the crankshaft does not move so remove the plastic access plug from the engine and install the crankshaft holder tool.
Any thought if this is the correct spot for my car (1996 a4 v6 2.8l)Guess I learned something new today.
Looks like the 12V 2.8 engines have the crankshaft position sensor in that spot while the 30V 2.8 engines have a plastic plug and the crank sensor is in a different location.